You can already tweet screenshots and Game DVR captures directly from the Xbox One, but the process is still quite slow. The latest addition to the Xbox app for Windows 10 – only available on Xbox (beta) at the time of writing – lets you do this from your Windows 10 PC, tablet or phone.

After a short installation process, you can easily share your proud moments.

Here’s how:

  1. Access settings by tapping the cog icon in the sidebar.
  2. Under “Linked social accounts”, you will now see an option to link your Twitter account.
  3. Click on it and enter your login credentials in the window that appears.
  4. Once successfully authorized, you will see a message telling you that you can now share your clips and screenshots on Twitter.

Xbox app

Sharing is just as easy:

  1. Select “Game DVR” from the sidebar
  2. Select the clip from your device or from Xbox Live (your Xbox One clips will be in the latter.)
  3. Tap “Share” then “Twitter.”
  4. Compose your tweet and tap “Share”.

Now anyone who follows you on Twitter will receive a map and a link to view the content you’ve shared! That’s all we can say about it. If you want to try it right now, download the Xbox app (beta) for Windows 10 PC and phone from the link below. Soon it will make its way to the regular app for everyone to enjoy.

Download Xbox (Beta) from the Windows Store (opens in a new tab)

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